Microsoft Inner Circle Member Mint Group announced the launch of its Intelligent Insights (II) Practice comprising Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cognitive Computing – rendering the accessibility of this ground-breaking Microsoft technology a First for business innovation and disruption in South Africa.
The tech-savvy CFO relies on data-driven insights to drive business intelligence and growth. As such, CFO’s have progressed from serving as a financial guide to the board to a strategic advisor, providing guidance on new revenue streams and models, driving strategic initiatives and serving as the ultimate driving force behind growth.
The challenges will still be there, however, your team will be better prepared to anticipate, and proactively overcome cloud challenges that face every business. It is how you adapt your next steps to making the better choices that will be paramount to survive today’s cloud-based new normal.
With 74% of Tech CFOs saying cloud computing will have the most measurable impact on their business in 2017, it is clear to see that organisations are increasingly realising the importance of cloud technology.
The intranet is the hub of the digital workplace, a central driver of collaboration and transformation for organizations in the digital era.
Applications like Slack and Microsoft Teams are rapidly becoming central to expediting teamwork within organizations. Microsoft Teams is the fastest-growing application in Microsoft’s history, and its ascendancy attributes to a similar rise of team-collaboration within the workplace.
Since information and data are both an asset and a liability to an organization – it is vital that this is appropriately managed as part of a teams’ governance strategy.
Manual tasks can hinder your efforts to grow and scale rapidly and managing resources and demand will become a challenge.
Working with employees to improve their self-love and link their personal values to their own beliefs, as opposed to external influences and dependencies.